The failure of Kentucky Derby track operator Churchill Downs to sign an agreement with a licensed disseminator could prevent race wagering in Nevada.
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Executives of the Southern Nevada’s publicly traded gaming and tourism companies would just as soon forget about their fourth-quarter earnings reports.
Four companies, including two from Las Vegas, participated in the city’s “request for information.” Does that mean they’ll apply to build in the Windy City?
A UNLV expert wants to see gambling companies that partner with universities step up their education efforts involving problem gambling.
With Circa opening in October, Virgin Hotels Las Vegas debuting Thursday and Resorts World Las Vegas on deck for the summer, the city is in the midst of a new wave.
It seemed 2020 was going to be a transformative year for Southern Nevada. Then, the pandemic hit. But there’s much to look forward to in the months ahead.
The concept of skill-based games in casinos may be a part of Nevada’s future. But it will be without Blaine Graboyes, former CEO of GameCo LLC, who was denied a license.
Naming an airport after a polarizing political figure will likely always offend someone, but the best response to promote tourism is to just put Las Vegas’ name on the facility.
Will the expansion of sports betting nationwide result in a record handle for Super Bowl LV or will COVID-19 keep bettors on the sidelines? And what happens in Nevada?
The December statistical report from the Nevada Gaming Control Board not only shows how much gaming win has fallen, but also shows games to which players gravitate.
New research and commentary from local tourism experts point to Southern Nevada seeing a rebound in visitation in the second or third quarter of 2021.
The Sands Aviation fleet has 19 jets of varying sizes, all brought up to VIP standards.
When it meets Tuesday, the LVCVA’s board of directors will consider multimillion-dollar agreements that should enhance transportation for the city’s conventioneers.
Will resort properties change hands? Will the NBA plant a team in Las Vegas? Will the Boring Co. make tracks underground?
January’s CES will be exclusively online, but had delegates come to Las Vegas for the annual technology show, they would have been dazzled by what Circa has to offer.